OKLAHOMA CITY - High pressure is providing the sunshine Thursday, although not helping temperatures much.

Skies stay clear Thursday night, and the overnight lows will bottom out in the upper 20s.

It will certainly be a chilly start to Friday but we can slowly peel those layers off through the day. The wind will pick up out of the southwest by late morning Friday. Temperatures will quickly recover to the upper 60s.

By Saturday, highs will reach the mid-70s!

The warm, dry air and gusty wind will bring increased fire danger potential through the weekend.

A weak cold front comes through Sunday shifting wind to the north and dropping highs a couple of degrees.